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The Ultimate Fighter Nations is a reality TV show that pits amateur fighters from two countries against each other in a full contact match. This season featured amateurs and coaches from Canada and Australia. Each team has a group of coaches. The head coaches of each team were also previous contestants on The Ultimate Fighter TV series.

Team Canada's coaches are Patrick Cote, Kru Ash, F

The Ultimate Fighter Nations is a series that is currently running and has 18 seasons (15 episodes). The series first aired on January 15, 2014.

Where do I stream The Ultimate Fighter Nations online? The Ultimate Fighter Nations is available for streaming on Fox Sports 1, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Ultimate Fighter Nations on demand at Amazon, Apple TV online.

Fox Sports 1
18 Seasons, 15 Episodes
January 15, 2014
Sports
7.8/10
Cast: Dana White
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The Ultimate Fighter Nations Full Episode Guide

  • It all comes down to this. Team Tate's David Grant will take on Team Rousey's Chris Holdsworth for the men's TUF 18 title. Then, Tate's Julianna Pena and Rousey's Jessica Rakoczy square off to see who will be crowned the first female Ultimate Fighter.

  • The stage is set for an all Canadian TUF Nations Finale in Quebec City. Chad Laprise takes on Olivier Aubin-Mercier for the TUF Nations welterweight honors and Sheldon Westcott squares off with Elias Theodorou for the middleweight crown.

  • With one last chance to secure a spot for Australia in the Live Finale the pressure is on Aussie striker, Vik 'The Spartan' Grujic. Standing in his way is Canadian middleweight Sheldon Westcott who is looking to lock in a Canadian sweep.

  • The fighters cut loose, kick back and watch the UFC Fight Night live from Brisbane, Australia, leading up to the highly anticipated welterweight semi between Canadian star Olivier Aubin-Mercier and Aussie grinder, 'Filthy' Rich Walsh.

  • Kajan's crushing defeat has rocked the House and angered fighters from both countries. The middleweight semi-finals begin with undefeated Canadian pretty-boy Elias Theodoru taking on Australia's undefeated 'wild child' Tyler Manawaroa.

  • In this special edition we revisit action from the Octagon and drama from the House as we look back on the first eight episodes_4-18. With insights from head coaches Cote and Noke we learn their secret fight strategies, and see never-before broadcast scenes.

  • In the final matchup of the preliminaries, Aussie striker Vik Grujic takes on big Luke Harris of the Canadians.

  • The much anticipated final fight in the welterweight division has finally arrived. Australia's teenage phenom Jake Matthews is one of the fastest rising talents in MMA. He faces 24 year old Olivier Aubin-Mercier who many are calling "the next GSP."

  • With a spot in the semifinals up for grabs, Canadian Sheldon Westcott fights Australian Dan Kelly.

  • Australian welterweight Richie Walsh struggles to hide an injury as he prepares to fight Canadian Matthew Desroches. As a member of the Canadian military, Desroches has been insulted by the Aussie's moose decorations and vows to take revenge on Walsh.

  • Following his impressive vicotry, Chris Indich has become a hero to Australia's 19 year old 'wild child', Tyler Manawaroa. As the most highly-rated middleweight in Australia, Tyler has assumed the role as the House 'pest', irritating everyone, including his friends.

  • Canadian welterweight Chad Laprise is the most feared striker in the house with a career built solidly on his devastating knock-out punch. But growing up in poverty has taught Chris 'The Savage' Indich all that he needs to survive.

  • As the results of the Kajan - Brenda fight reverberate through the House the Aussies rally around the fighter they call 'Coach', Zein Saliba. But he's up against one of the best middleweights in Canada, Elias Theodorou, who sports an 8 and 0 record.

  • After a brutal 48 hour journey the Australians finally arrive in the Quebec hills tired and jet-lagged. Tempers soon flare when the Aussies hear the Canadians gossiping that they're "scared" to fight, and reply with a message of their own.